Yes. Decentralized waste management represents enormous environmental savings compared to centralized management, and the economic cost is the same or even less. In situations where the distances that waste trucks have to travel are long, decentralized management can cost less than half what centralized management cost.
With regard to environmental profitability, the use of the machine reduces the carbon trace and the emission of CO² from both the combustion of waste in the plant as well as the trucks necessary for transportation. If we take into account that the collection of organic waste is usually daily, the presetting machine offers the possibility of collecting the waste once a month, with the environmental and economic savings that this implies.
In addition, betting on decentralized waste management generates indirect but very relevant benefits like the promotion of local agriculture through the offer of composting ( low cost / free) for farmers.